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Warsaw born Kris Cieslak has exhibited in Paris, Rome, Milan and Warsaw and is now based in London. He has also managed numerous art exhibitions and events working with many talented artists.
He has always had a real passion for the visual arts. Since 2004, he has devoted all of his time to painting, sculpting and ceramics, creating a unique painting style known as "stripism" where the only limitations are the borders of our own imagination.
His biggest love in life is people: “concentrate on interpersonal relations, self-improvement, introspection and understanding of others, transferring the conclusions of these observations to my paintings.”
Sandra Shashou’s ‘Broken’ sculptures are not inspired by nature or the human form, she draws her inspiration from her experience of life as a woman.Porcelain has become her signature sculpting material, her trademark.
Growing up in Brazil she was surrounded by beautiful household antique ceramics and glass ornaments that belonged to her mother, such as Sèvres and Limoges, Galle vases, Lalique crystal, she developed an eye and appreciation for these collectable treasures.
The brutal destruction of these precious objects, desecrated beyond repair, implies tragedy, but the reassembled artwork suggests it has taken on a new form and is reborn.As a philosophy Shashou treats breakage and fractures are part of the chance and fate of human life, part of our personal history, not something to disguise. ‘Broken’ references bravery, courage and rebuilding after devastation.
Her work has been collected in several important private collections, and she is currently negotiating a number of brand collaborations outside of the arts. Shashou lives and works from her studio in Primrose Hill, London.
Having studied at the Academia Italiana Fine Art School in Florence and completed a bachelor and master's degree in Fine Arts in Istanbul, Emre Yusufi, also known as YUSUFY was inspired by the mythical and venerable hero - Hercules. This led the Turkish artist, graphic designer, and art director to create sculptures and images that play on the traditional Greek Gods. Working with a combination of photography and 3D modeling, he brings a modern day Hercules to life in a range of unique forms, whether on motorcycles, wearing Converse, or playing water polo.
Taking inspiration from the famous Turkish quote “A nation devoid to art and artist cannot have a full experience” Emre’s creativity and imagination is intertwined in every component of his work.
Universally acclaimed and exhibited in international and personal art fairs, Yusufi’s art is widely collected and remains part of important art collections in Istanbul, London, Paris, Courchevel, Cannes, Luxembourg, New York, Miami, Rome, Bologna, Honfleur, St. Paul de Vance, Monaco, Spa.
London based artist, Andrew Salgado graduated with an MA in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2009, and is widely regarded as one of the UK’s leading young figurative painters. Since 2010, he has had 14 sold out international solo exhibitions in London, New York, Cape Town, Basel (Switzerland), Zagreb (Croatia), Toronto (Canada), and most recently, at Untitled Art Fair in Miami over Art Basel 2019.
He has also received rave reviews both online and in print, from GQ to Attitude Magazine and his works have been collected extensively in private and public collections worldwide, including the Government of Canada, The Jordanian Royal Family, Simmons & Simmons, and the Esquinazi Collection.